Well, Eye of Darkness is nearly done. I can see the end in sight, but getting to it feels like climbing uphill through a wall of Jell-O. I’m reminded of something Winston Churchill once said:
Writing is an adventure. To begin with, it is a joy and an amusement. Then it becomes a mistress. Then a master. Then a monster. And just as you are about to be reconciled to your servitude, you kill the beast and fling it about to the public.
I confess: I am more than ready to kill this beast and fling it about to the public, but it’s taking a while to grind out those last few chapters that will bring this to a close.
So there it is. I hope you like it. The girl in the front is the Ronami woman, Avenyë, and the man on the horse in front of her is Lucas Veritatus, ex-Sheriff of the North Country. You can almost make out his eye patch in this small version.
So, hopefully soon, this will be up on Amazon and Smashwords. Then, finally, it will be time to crank out the next mile of Jefferson’s Road.